View looking across Hell Roaring Lake. At an altitude of 7,407 feet, Hell Roaring Lake is one of many lakes located in the Sawtooth Mountain Range photographed by Robert W. Limbert. The lake displays a mirror image of the mountains.
Promotional materials; Publicity photographs; Union Pacific Railroad Company; Tourism
Union Pacific Railroad Company published this promotional booklet to promote tourism and the railroad in Idaho, written and illustrated by Robert Limbert. The booklet is filled with photographs taken by Limbert while exploring Craters of the Moon,...
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal;
U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Project Proposal - Acquisition application by the City of Boise to acquire approximatley 325 acres of land adjoing Boise River on both sides, for the purpose of creating a green belt.
The Simplot children see Washington for the first time and stop by to see Senator Jordan. Front row, left to right: Debbie Simplot, Senator Jordan and Michael Simplot. Back row, left to right: Mrs. Don Simplot, Ruby Simplot, Don Simplot.
Housing developments; City planning; Urban renewal; Presidential appointments;
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), George Romney, informs the President he is resigning from the Cabinet due to difficulties he sees in acomplishing his duties in the current political environment.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915 : San Francisco, Calif.); Exhibitions; Waterfalls;
Robert W. Limbert stands next to his model of Shoshone Falls. The model consisted of actual water flowing over the falls. In the foreground lies a relief map of Idaho with a sign that reads, "See America First. Begin with Idaho."
Boise State University;Ground breaking ceremonies;Dormitories
President Eugene Chaffee turns the first shovel of dirt at the groundbreaking for a new dormitory building, later named Chaffee Hall. At far left is student body president Bill Ilett. Behind them is Morrison Hall. See also photo AR 10053.
Nell Shipman on the way to publicity appearances for her film, "The Grub-Stake." Her sled dogs Tex and Lady are in the background; the man with her is not identified. Shipman described the scene in her autobiography, "The Silent Screen & My...
Nell Shipman and her sled dogs Tex and Lady at Coolin, Idaho, the town closest to her movie camp, Lionhead Lodge, on the shores of Priest Lake, Idaho. The two-horse team, hitched to a wagon with runners, was to take Nell and her dogs to the...
Music professor John Best leads a class in the Music-Drama Building (later the Communication Building) probably sometime in the 1970s. The room was later reconfigured to serve as the television studio for the Communication Department, and although...
Boise State University; Student government; Cornerstone laying
Laying the old Student Union cornerstone in November 1941. L to R: student body vice president Tom Collins and student body president Bill Hillman. See also 1942 Les Bois yearbook p. 82 for them lifting the stone.
Idaho Statesman, February 1954: "Who says a gal can't keep a secret? Shirley Byrne [AWS President] of BJC isn't merely showing off a secret-pal valentineâ€¦she's the only one who knows the identity of the college "King of Hearts," the lucky...